Liz Truss’s National Insurance ‘cut’ will help high earners massively – you get 63p per month

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3 thoughts on “Liz Truss’s National Insurance ‘cut’ will help high earners massively – you get 63p per month

  1. Peter Martin

    The poorest people in the UK probably don’t pay NI in any case so they’ll get nothing.

    Having said this I was against raising NI in the first place so it would be inconsistent to oppose removing the increase now.

    Anyone making these kinds of arguments will need to be able to show that they were in agreement with Rishi Sunak earlier in the year when he imposed the NI increase. I suspect they, including yourselves, won’t be able to do that.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      The argument is that Truss is lying about (or too stupid to understand) what the cut will achieve.

      It is therefore entirely consistent to have opposed the rise when it was announced a year ago, and to point out that Truss is wrong now.

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